26th September 2019

In our Harvest Celebration at St Philips Church next Monday Year 1 will be singing the song of the Little Red Hen.  Here are the song words if you would like to practice at home.  Please remember that we are also collecting packets of rice or tins of tuna for the local food bank.  Thank you

 

Little Red Hen words

 

20th September 2019

We have had fun this week learning the story of the Little Red Hen, practising the actions and we are very excited to be making bread next week.  Please see link to homework below.

homework 20.9.19

 

 

 

13th September 2019

Homework – due in 18th September 2019

Theme homework – Next week we are beginning to plan and make animal habitats.  Please think of an animal that you would like to make a habitat for E.g. hedgehog, polar bear, fox etc.  Can you look around at home for materials and items that you could use to make a habitat for your animal. E.g cotton wool for snow or leaves for nests.  Also please bring in a small box (shoebox size).

Homework 13.9.19

 

September 2019

Hello and welcome to Robin class.  Our teachers are Miss Sadler and Miss Allen.  We will begin our learning in the Autumn term by looking at the seasons, animal habitats and learning the story of the Little red Hen.  We will have P.E. every day and every other Monday is the day we have forest school.

Have a look at our Autumn curriculum letter:

Year 1 Parent letter autumn 2019

 

 


Letters to Parent’s and Homework

Y1 Spring 2 Parents Letter February 2019


 

Reception and Year 1 enjoyed an afternoon at Portsmouth guildhall when they watched a music concert performed by ensemble 360 orchestra.  It was very exciting to see the different instruments including: Violin, Viola, Cello, Double Bass, Flute, Oboe Clarinet, Bassoon, French Horn and Piano play songs to accompany the story of ‘Giddy Goat’.

“I loved seeing the big double bass it played very low sounds” – James

“My favourite was the bassoon” – Olivia

As well as listening to the ensemble play the Finale from the Carnival of the Animals there was a lot of audience participation as the children joined in singing and making actions to the songs which accompanied the story. ‘Rock rounders’ was a favourite song with the instruments playing the characters pretending to be brave or scared.

Watch the video to see the fun we had

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZJ7qtfkVEYw